All you need to know about our FA Cup semi-final with the Gunners...

WHEN AND WHERE

Arsenal v Manchester City: Saturday 18 July, 19.45pm BST

The game will be played at Wembley Stadium and will be broadcast live on BT Sport for people in the UK.

You can also keep up to date with all the action on ManCity.com's Matchday Centre or via our official Twitter: @ManCity.

Get in touch using the hashtag #WNRH.

Fans living outside of the UK should check out our global TV listings to find out how they can tune in wherever they are in the world.

Fixture

TEAM NEWS

City:

Sergio Aguero remains sidelined following a knee operation, while Claudio Bravo and Joao Cancelo both face late fitness tests for slight muscular issues. There will be a further fitness update from Pep Guardiola at Friday's press briefing.

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Arsenal:

Bernd Leno (knee injury), Calum Chambers (knee injury), Gabriel Martinelli (knee injury). Mesut Ozil (back problem) and Pablo Mari (ankle) are all ruled out.
Matteo Guendozi is unlikely to feature and Edward Nketiah is suspended.

Fixture

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match officials

Referee: Jonathan Moss
Assistant Referees: Simon Bennett & Marc Perry
Fourth Official: Paul Tierney
Reserve Assistant: Nick Hopton
VAR: Craig Pawson
AVAR: Gary Beswick

manager view

Pep Guardiola: “This is a final. In finals there are lots of factors. Minimal details.

"Being strong in your head, how you overcome situations.

“Mentality - these games are about mentality, not tactics.

“It will be a good test to see if we are ready to play against Madrid.”

Mikel Arteta: "What I need now is energy to transmit to my players, belief and it's the FA Cup - we have a lot of experience here and we have a history related to that. Let's go for it.

"I want to focus on what we want to do. If I worry too much about them, it's not the message that I want to send to the players."

We’re Not Really Here

Shaun Wright-Phillips, Michael Brown and Paul Dickov will all be joining us for our extra special FA Cup semi-final WNRH live show. 

SWP will join presenter Kyle Walker (the presenter, not the player!) at Wembley, while Brown and Dickov will be back at our Etihad studio with anchor Cel Spellman.

The pre-match show begins at 18.45 (UK), with the team returning at half-time for a brief summary of the opening 45 minutes, whilst five minutes after full-time they will be dissecting all the match action in our 30-minute post-match show.

We’re Not Really Here is available to watch on all of our official digital platforms and you can get involved sharing your thoughts and photos of your home setup using #WNRH on Twitter.

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